Will Hillary Clinton Reveal The Truth About Aliens
We may finally soon discover the truth about aliens and UFOs – but it all boils down to whether Hillary Clinton is voted US President or not.
The Democratic candidate for the top job has told a journalist that she plans to “get to the bottom” of the conspiracies surrounding extraterrestrial life.
Quite how she goes about that is unclear, although she reportedly promised to send a task force to Area 51, the notorious and highly secretive military base in Nevada that has long been rumoured to be testing alien technologies.
Mrs Clinton – who would be the first female President if elected at the end of this year – may know just how many people are desperate to find out the truth.
A staggering 77% of Americans apparently believe that aliens have already visited Earth – and they believe there is even proof.
He tweeted last year: “Finally, my biggest failure of 2014: Once again not securing the #disclosure of the UFO files. #the truthisstilloutthere.”
He added: “The American people can handle the truth.”
Mrs Clinton said of her campaign chief: “He has made me personally pledge we are going to get the information out, one way or another. Maybe we could have a task force go to Area 51.”
Mrs Clinton’s husband – former President Bill Clinton – previously dismissed the notion of alien life.
He told US chat show host Jimmy Kimmel last year: “There are no aliens there (Area 51).”
However, his wife seems to be a believer, responding: “I think we may have been (visited already).
“We don’t know for sure.”
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